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RE: Jitter vs sampling rate.

It is possible that jitter can be slightly lower depending on the design because the lower frequency sample-rate clocks require more dividing down. Less flip-flops used for the higher sample rates can mean slightly lower jitter.

These differences are usually very small, so they may not be audible.

Steve N.


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